USE CTRL+F TO SEARCH WEBPAGES AND DOCUMENTS

If you are searching for something on a webpage, in a PDF, a Word
document, a PowerPoint presentation, or many other digital formats, this is a really quick way to make your task easier:
CTRL+F

Hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the F key. This
activates the Find function.

Different programs behave differently in exactly how this is displayed but, after you have pressed Ctrl+F, look around the top, sides or bottom of the program window and you will usually see a box in which you type in the word or phrase you are searching for. (You don’t have to click into the box, just press Ctrl+F and start typing your word or phrase, and then press Enter).

Next to the Search box is then usually displayed the number of times
the result has been found. Often, each occurrence of the word or
phrase is highlighted too. You can then tap the Enter key to move
through each result one by one, or click the next or previous arrows
which are often a feature of a Search box. In some programs such as
Word and Acrobat the entire sentence is displayed and you can click
the sentence to be taken to that page.